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Ming-Chi Kuo, TFI Securities analyst recently says that Apple’s 2021 iPhones will keep the new screen sizes and structure factor introduced with the iPhone 12 line, however, offer an enhanced ultrawide camera on high-end Pro Max and Pro models. Though the iPhone 12 has barely released, we could get some idea what next year’s lineup could look like.

Apple reserved the good or best cameras for its priciest iPhones, with the iPhone 12 Pro Max with a bigger sensor. For the primary camera, it’s getting more drawn out zooming lens too and sensor-shift optical image stabilization. however, rather than any other iPhone 12, the Pro Max didn’t get you a superior ultrawide camera, which will be getting change next year, according to Kuo.

The iPhone 12 line has predicted by Kuo, and it appears to be set to reveal now about the expectation from the 2021 models almost a year before they release. Kuo says that the Pro and Pro Max’s ultrawide camera will get upgrade version from the six-element lens with autofocus, current f/2.4, five-element lens arrangement to an f/1.8. We’re interested in checking whether the self-adjust and an expanded number of lens components may make it simpler to take extraordinary ultrawide images. The bigger aperture should allow in more light, potentially improving low-light shots.

The other prediction for 2021 in iPhone from Kuo expects 120Hz ProMotion displays, another age of Touch ID created directly into the display or power button and a completely port-free flagship. Kuo in 2022 expects that the upcoming ultrawide will get standard over the whole iPhone line; however, a new high-end camera could be there. Previously, Kuo predicted that 2022 iPhones would include a periscope zooming lens like similar to Huawei P30 Pro. Periscope telephoto lenses space out lenses inside the phone body and allow for increased optical zoom using a mirror to bring them up out the back.

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